As 2022 draws to a close, Fred Astaire Dance Studios is taking a look back at some of the best viral dance videos of the year.
While inflation woes, political unrest, and social justice issues continue to dominate the headlines, lighthearted moments helped make people smile. In between news of Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter and the death of Queen Elizabeth II, we were treated to videos of disruptive emus, celebrity feuds, and endearing felines.
To close out the year, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite viral dance videos from 2022. Dancing helps people relieve stress, improve mood, and stay physically fit. It also provides moments of joy. Pour a cup of coffee, grab a plate of Christmas cookies, and watch the top viral dance videos of 2022.
- Actress Jenna Ortega’s dance moves created a stir in the hit Netflix series “Wednesday.” In the spinoff of the hit television series, “The Addams Family,” Ortega plays Wednesday Addams, the family’s sullen teenage daughter. Her character’s ability to be herself on and off the dance floor impressed viewers and is gaining widespread viral acclaim.
- A stand-in security guard wowed the crowd during a University of Tennessee football game earlier this year. While appearing to interrupt the dance team, the man suddenly becomes the star of the show.
- The Savannah Bananas, a Coastal Plain League baseball team in Georgia, captured viewers’ hearts across the country for their antics on the field. The baseball team employs a choreographer who helps keep the attendees entertained throughout the game. Check out this compilation of some of their moves.
- Kids provide great viral video fodder. Look at this sweet video of a young performer hitting the stage at a dance recital. She looks like she’s suffering from stage fright until she catches sight of her parents in the audience. Her reaction is priceless.
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